Monday, 30 March 2015

A Creative Workshop for Parent/Guardian and Child.


A Creative Workshop for Parent/Guardian and Child. 
(For children age 8yrs-12yrs).
With Natasha Larment

Two stand alone workshops at Artisan Community Studio, Moordown

Tuesday 7th April 10.30am-12.30pm
Thursday 16th April 10.30am- 12.30pm

Natasha holds the space, so you as a parent are free to explore, play & discover too!

Both the child and adult experiment individually & then come together and collaborate on a large canvas; Exploring, having fun and expressing their feelings through the process of painting. Both parents and children learn together, whilst having quality 1-1 time.
By sharing this creative experience with your child it opens doors to new ways of connecting/communicating.

Natasha has a maximum of 10 people on each workshop (5 adults/5 children), in order to give 1-1 attention, therefore booking is essential.


£35 per (1 adult & 1 child)

Chalk Paint workshops

April 12th workshop is fully booked 
so we are running it again on 17th May 9 - 12noon

April Events at Artisan


12th April

Chalk Paint Magic: Fully booked but we will repeat this workshop on Sunday May 17th 9am -12 midday
Beginners Guide to Chalk Painting
1-4
Tutor is Tracy Gore
£30 inc all materials

15th April Wednesday
Life drawing, 
Drop in sessions - no need to book
Tutored session with Trish Jubb, 
7-9pm, 
All materials provided, £10

18th April - Saturday - 4 places left

Six Part Story 
Debbie Lee studied at the Royal College of Art and undertook international residencies before qualifying and practising as an art therapist. This workshop is based on the 6 part story method which she used to evaluate therapeutic interventions. 
It will be useful to those interested in therapeutic tools for self development and storymaking. 
Participants will make 6 images which can be made into a concertina book or a picture scroll.
Tutor is Debbie Lee
10 -4pm
£40 all materials provided.

April 19th: Sunday - 4 places left
Embroidery workshop 3/6:texture in embroidery. 
Gold work: couching, laid work, gold basket-work.  Dates back to Biblical times, important in religious and royal embroidery.
1-4
Tutor is Liz Thomas
£20 per session

25th April Saturday

Principles of Drawing Workshop
10.00 - 4.00 
£40. All materials provided. 
Tutor is Val Gilman.

25th April Saturday

Crochet Workshop - all abilities welcome, beginners too!
12-3pm
£15 all materials provided
Tutor is Lerryn Gray

26th April Sunday

Polymer Clay Jewellery Workshop
10-4pm
£35 +£5 materials
Tutor is Kerrie Venner

30th April Thursday-
Bookbinding Evening Class  Fully booked but course runs again on Thursday Sept 10th 7-9pm
Tutor is Susan Green
Course Info: The course will cover folded and sewn book forms including softcover and hardcover bindings suitable for use as journals and artist’s sketchbooks or portfolios. The class will be suitable both for beginners and those with a little experience. Participants are encouraged to bring their own interesting papers such as quality wrapping paper, their own artwork, plant fibre paper, pages from old magazines, maps and books (the larger the better).
Date: Commencing April 30th
Time: 7-9 pm
Cost: £60 for six 2 hour sessions
For more info 07748 759 371  susan@boundbyhand.co.uk 



Starting May 11th
Art History: Part 2       
Mondays 7- 9pm
£60 per 6 week course
10 places 
Tutor is Lucy Shearman  BA (Hons) Illustration

The Art History course is a fun and exciting series of educational and practical courses for everyone to enjoy, whether you were born with art in your veins or have never picked up a paintbrush before!  Each session will teach about a major art movement. We will study the history, the  techniques and mediums used and discuss several example pieces from each movement. 

Part 2: 
Folk/Outsider Art  -11th May
Art Deco              -18th May
Art Nouveau         - 1st June
Modernism           - 8th June
Post Modernism    - 22nd June
POP Art               - 29th June



Sunday, 22 March 2015

Art History: Part 2 Starting May 11th

Mondays 7- 9pm
£60 per 6 week course
10 places 
Tutor is Lucy Shearman  BA (Hons) Illustration

The Art History course is a fun and exciting series of educational and practical courses for everyone to enjoy, whether you were born with art in your veins or have never picked up a paintbrush before!  Each session will teach about a major art movement. We will study the history, the  techniques and mediums used and discuss several example pieces from each movement. 

Part 2: 
Folk/Outsider Art  -11th May
Art Deco              -18th May
Art Nouveau         - 1st June
Modernism           - 8th June
Post Modernism    - 22nd June
POP Art               - 29th June



Tuesday, 17 March 2015

A truly magical and very special workshop!!

March 21st Saturday
Drawn_In workshop 
10 -1 
£21
Tutor is Fran Quinlan


'The workshop is concerned with exploring the ability to see and respond with drawing without preconception or assumed judgement.

Using a range of materials such as ink, clay, soft and oil pastels, tools such as feathers, sticks, stones, shells, pens, brushes and fingers we feel our way towards making honest and sincerely felt responses to the nude models. 

The models move and dance to music for over 2 hours after an initial warm up in mark making using the tools. There are many times when the models are still for people to draw. 

All materials are included in the price although you will need to bring 2 or 3 rolls of lining wallpaper to draw on'. Fran

Tuesday, 10 March 2015

This weekend at Artisan Studio

Needle Felting - Hares Workshop
Saturday 14th March
10-4pm
£35 +£5 materials
Tutor is Carla Taylor




Polymer Clay workshops

March 15th - Sunday - Polymer Basic Skills  workshop
You will learn lots of skills and be making and finishing wonderful items in this workshop!
10 - 4pm
£35 + £5 materials if you use ours but you are welcome to bring your own.
8 places
Tutor is Kerrie Venner - member of the Polymer Clay Guild.





Tuesday, 3 March 2015

Drawn_In workshop





March 21st Saturday
Drawn_In workshop 
10 -1 
£21
Tutor is Fran Quinlan

You will have the fantastic opportunity of drawing two nude moving models.

'The workshop is concerned with exploring the ability to see and respond with drawing without preconception or assumed judgement.

Using a range of materials such as ink, clay, soft and oil pastels, tools such as feathers, sticks, stones, shells, pens, brushes and fingers we feel our way towards making honest and sincerely felt responses to the nude models. 

The models move and dance to music for over 2 hours after an initial warm up in mark making using the tools. There are many times when the models are still for people to draw. 

All materials are included in the price although you will need to bring 2 or 3 rolls of lining wallpaper to draw on'. Fran